This splendid town house rests within the pretty village green adjacent to St. Anne's Church on one side and Brough Beck on the other, a fabulous situation in North Yorkshire, with local amenities right on the doorstep.
Perfectly suited to families and friends seeking a relaxing break away from everyday routine, this beautiful and traditional cottage boasts a spacious interior and attractive gardens outside.
With two fully equipped kitchens occupying modern fixtures and helpful appliances, and comfortable sitting rooms enhanced by additional heating, what more could you ask for in a Yorkshire holiday let?
Stylish décor and a thoughtful choice of furnishings add a touch of character to the place, whilst delightful views can be seen across Low Green and the charming beck flowing through, with a pleasant spot to catch your rest on the cosy window seat.
A fabulous set of bedrooms can be found upstairs, bright and airy they each have built-in storage space and uplifting colour schemes for that wonderful home-from-home experience.
To the exterior you will find a beautiful sunny patio with a herbaceous garden hosting a riot of colour, also enjoy the relaxing hot tub which seats up to 6; step out and welcome the fresh Yorkshire air among a plethora of beautiful flower beds.
Enjoy some time away from the main house in the games room; here you can compete in a table football match, darts or a snooker session, hours of fun for the whole family.
However, if you're feeling particularly active, the private gym room provides ample machinery to challenge your strengths, with a TV for entertainment.
Over three floors. Seven bedrooms: 4 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x second floor family room, 1 x box room. Bathroom with bath, basin and separate WC, second bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC, shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. 2 x kitchen. Utility. Dining room. 2 x sitting room, one with electric stove and one with open fire. Games room. Gym.
About the location
CATTERICK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
Richmond 5.5 miles; Northallerton 12.3 miles; Harrogate 36.2 miles
This village and civil parish nestles in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire with close proximity to Yorkshire Dales National Park and Nidderdale AONB. Home to Catterick Racecourse, one of the busiest in North Yorkshire; racing at Catterick Bridge began as early as the mid-17th Century, and offers a charming blend of old and new in its Grandstand framework, as well as a fun and relaxing day out for everyone, whatever the occasion. The area boasts a lovely village green with Brough Beck trickling through to meet the River Swale, an idyllic place to enjoy an afternoon stroll, with parks, safe paddling areas and small waterfalls while local businesses, the sports ground and public houses provide convenience to visitors from far and wide. Nearby, for further amenities, is the ancient market town of Richmond, with a vast history embedded within its grand castle walls and numerous shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy. Admire the elegant Georgian architecture lining many of the old cobbled streets, including the Georgian Theatre, hosting regular productions. The Yorkshire Dales National Park boasts the three peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside as well as gentle strolls and ample walking for all abilities. Discover its wild and windswept meadows, or quiet and tranquil valleys; a picturesque scene placed within easy reach. Farther afield is Nidderdale, an Area of Outstanding National Beauty, brought together with stunning moorland and a network of lush green pastures. This wonderful region of North Yorkshire is to be enjoyed time and time again.
Stepping Stones is currently undergoing a significant refurbishment and
improvements to the interiors. The interior design and some furniture will
differ slightly from the photos from November 2018